The Terps struggled with draw controls, free-position shots and limiting turnovers in their first loss of the season.
The Terps struggled with the Dukes' aggression, leading to their largest deficit of the season.
The Terps scored seven goals in the first quarter while only allowing one to the Quakers.
The Terps won their first conference game of the season against a scrappy Scarlet Knights squad to remain unbeaten.
The Terps will open their conference slate with the Scarlet Knights.
The Terps were forced to move to the Jones-Hill House for their matchup against the Wildcats, and pulled out the victory.
With the win, the Terps moved to 6-0 with three straight ranked matchups now on the horizon.
The Terps' hope to keep growing as they progress towards Big Ten play.
The Terps won by 10-plus goals for the fourth time while marking their best shot percentage of the season.
Aurora Cordingley, Hannah Leubecker, Libby May and Shannon Smith each scored at least three goals in the rout.